Summary: Continuing my series describing how both Left and Right in America have become unmoored from their roots and adopted strange new beliefs. This post looks at the New Left. These evolutions have made the Right stronger and the Left weaker. "Using the hijab as a symbol of women's liberation & empowerment is like using … Continue reading Oddities of the New Left, making them weaker than the Old Left
Summary: Here is an excerpt from economist Michael Hudson latest brilliant essay. He explains how the Left's identity politics fragment America, preventing formation of a broad coalition to oppose the Right. He then goes one step further, showing why such a divisive course has come to dominate the Left. "Trump Is Obama’s Legacy. Will This … Continue reading Michael Hudson asks if identity politics will break up the Democratic Party
Summary: America entered a new era in 2016. The facades crumbled, revealing the true nature of America's Left and Right. Their lies, the war against us (the big middle), and their madness. What comes next, how we react to this news, will reveal our nature. Years ago, Chet Richards (Colonel, USAF, retired) told me that … Continue reading 2016 revealed the true nature of America’s left & right. It’s bad news.
Summary: Here one of the Left's top political analysts sketches out a path forward for the Democratic Policy after its well-deserved defeats during the past decade. While tactically sound, he ignores the two weaknesses that prevent the reform of America. "The Life of the Party: 7 Truths for Democrats" By Robert Reich. At his … Continue reading Robert Reich’s program to save the Left after a decade of defeats
Summary: Sometime in 2015 the Left caught fire. This fire still burns hot, with a flame pleasing to the Right. It shows that the Left is lost in their delusions, and will offer only loud but ineffective resistance to Trump. Good liberals look at the American people and see themselves (i.e., the good and the … Continue reading The Left sees President Trump and goes mad
Summary: Campaign 2016 has achieved what many thought impossible, unifying America's ruling class -- behind Hillary Clinton. If Clinton manages this skillfully, it will mark the end of political polarization among our elites and begin a new era of bipartisanship (while America's citizens remain weak and fragmented). The effects could be huge. She and the Democrats … Continue reading Campaign 2016: America passes into new hands
Summary: Campaign 2016 is weird almost beyond belief. The oddness of the Republican-Right side has been much discussed, but less so the weirdness of the Democrat-Left. Their Party is not what it once was, and their members are not happy about the change. 2016 might spark a divorce. The Democratic Party is not what it … Continue reading Why the Left will divorce Hillary and the new Democratic Party